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Socrates Quotes

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Socrates – Philosopher Socrates was a classical Greek philosopher credited as one of the founders of Western philosophy, and as being the first moral philosopher, of the Western ethical tradition of thought. Wikipedia Born: Alopece Died: 399 BC, Classical Athens Spouse: Xanthippe Children: Lamprocles, Menexenus, Sophroniscus Parents: Sophroniscus, Phaenarete Source: Wikipedia Here are some of most popular Socrates Quotes : …

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Common Mistakes with indifferent

Which one is correct? indifferent for or indifferent to? So here in this post some points related to this answer will be discussed and you will learnt these points which help you to avoid one of English Common Mistakes. Let’s take a look at the meaning of ‘indifferent’ before every thing: indifferent: /inˈdif(ə)rənt/ adjective – apathetic, detached; unbiased, impartial ; unconcerned, disinterested; average; mediocre; unessential, …

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The difference between buy, shop, purchase, and sale

I am going to tell you some points about the difference between buy, shop, purchase, sale in this post. So let’s start our discussion by taking a look at the meaning of these words in Oxford dictionary and get the points of these differences. Buy: Verb • Purchase, acquire, obtain, get, pick up, snap up; take, procure, pay for; invest in; informal get hold …

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The difference between Excuse me, Sorry, Pardon me

I am going to tell you some points about the difference between these English phrase: Excuse me, Sorry, Pardon me There are some words and phrases for saying and expressing your regrets for doing something wrong and you want to apology in English, the most common ones are: Sorry I’m sorry Apologies I apologize My apologies Pardon me Excuse me Excuse my… …

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The difference between Gift and Present

I am going to tell you some points about the difference between Gift and Present in English There are two words in English which apparently have the very close meaning together; They are “Gift” and “Present” which both mean “donation” or “offering” from someone to another one. They don’t differ much at first glance, while they both have very close meaning …

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